The Lagos state government has asked civil servants not to resume work on Monday.
Governor Babajide Sanwo-Olu said only civil servants on Grade Level 15 and above are to resume work on Tuesday, May 5.
Sanwo-Olu gave the order on Sunday, May 3, during a press conference ahead of relaxation of the COVID-19 lockdown in the commercial city on Monday, May 4. He said the delayed resumption is a deliberate attempt to prevent overcrowding in the state.
The Lagos State Governor further disclosed that only emergency workers and those on essential duties would be allowed to work on Monday.
He said;
"In altering the work rules prior gave, which halted individuals from the open help from Grade Level 1 to 12 from going to work; we have needed to audit this position and we are stretching out the mandate to every single government employee, paying little mind to level. Every single government employee must avoid chip away at Monday. 
"On Tuesday, just officials from Grade Level 15 or more have express authorization to come to work. All other fundamental officials that may should be grinding away will be educated by the Accounting Officer of every Ministry as might be required. 
"From Monday on, there will be a check-in time from 8 pm to 6 am and all developments inside these hours are disallowed, aside from individuals on fundamental administrations, which are agro-items, oil-based commodities, alleviation materials, and nourishment supplies. 
"We need to utilize this as a show of our responsibility to the continuous facilitating of the lockdown. We don't need individuals to surge out tomorrow and consider the to be of the lockdown as an endeavor to accept that the spread of the pandemic is everywhere

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